LaLiga: Zidane at war with Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez

José Antonio SanzMARCA

REAL MADRID hope to poach Christian Eriksen for a bargain £30million in January, according to reports.

Eriksen is out of contract at Tottenham at the end of the season, and it is a mistake from the North London outfit to have not been able to come to an agreement with the attacking midfielder over a new contract.

According to the same story, the Denmark global has made it clear that he has no intention of putting pen to paper on a new deal at Spurs.

Tottenham are in a lose-lose situation regarding Eriksen. Eriksen has played 286 official matches for Spurs, scoring 67 goals and is now in his 6th season for them.

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The Lilywhites have lost to Newcastle United, Leicester and Brighton in their last six outings.

A move never materialised though, and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would have to sell him in the upcoming transfer window in order to avoid losing him as a free agent.

Throughout the whole summer, the Danish global was being linked with a move to the Bernabéu, but in the end, Zidane's men signed another huge player on their wishlist: Eden Hazard. He's the reason why Real Madrid paid 100 million euros for Bale in 2013 and 40 million euros for Modric in 2012.

Having received the proposal, Los Blancos are now considering it and if Eriksen is available for that price, they believe it's best not to miss the opportunity, especially when Levy slapped down a €250m price tag when Real Madrid first approached him for the Dane.

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